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Conductix-Wampfler GmbH, whose origins date back to 1959, when Manfred Wampfler founded the company in Lörrach, Germany, today focuses on the development, production and installation of solutions that provide customized answers to all questions relating to energy and data transmission for mobile consumers. In addition to its expertise in this area, the company is also characterized by its application competence: For example, it brings together under one roof all the technologies commonly used today for energy and data transmission, from festoon systems to conductor rails, energy guiding chains, spring cable reels, motorized cable reels, slip ring assemblies and non-contact energy supply systems. For the customer, this means product-neutral advice and optimum technical implementation for the respective application from a single source.

The company recently announced the launch of the "Airmark" wireless solution, developed specifically for the North American overhead crane market. According to the manufacturer, the new wireless technology is an affordable, ready-to-use solution. "Airmark was developed to provide a much-needed improvement over previous wireless solutions," explains Panos Gamvroudis, Product Manager at Conductix-Wampfler. "After a year of thorough research and development, we are confident that Airmark will solve some of the biggest problems in the industry, starting with simplifying the complexity of ordering and installing radios and receivers. Beyond increasing productivity, reducing downtime and improving user safety, we're excited to see how Airmark helps facilities achieve modernization and innovation goals."

According to the manufacturer, unlike comparable overhead crane radio products, "Airmark" is a particularly cost-effective complete solution that already includes everything crane operators need. The "Airmark" kit contains a receiver, two transmitters, two carrying straps, batteries, two labels and a user manual as well as the complete range of essential functions.